Are you planning to wear a headpiece, such as a bridal tiara, headband or bun wrap?
A tiara, also known as a crown, sit on top of your head, and continues to be a popular choice as a headpiece for brides.
You really can't go wrong when you choose a tiara.
Tiaras come in different sizes. They can be as tall as the pageant crowns or as low as 1/2" tall.
A tiara used for weddings usually isn't any taller than 3 to 4 inches tall. The most popular heights are 1/2" to 2" range.
Some brides opt to only wear a tiara and omit wearing a veil.
You don't have to wear a veil, but many feel the veil is the one thing that really makes a bride look like a bride.
Of course there are other choices you can make to wear as a headpiece such as, headbands, hair vines, hats and bun wraps and hair jewelry.
Also you can decorate your hair with decorative hair pins, combs and hair jewelry. What should you choose?
Before you pick your bridal tiara or headpiece, you first need to determine what your bridal hair style will be.
After that is done, now the fun begins. What will you put in your hair?
What you wear on your head can either work for you or work against you since it becomes a focal point of your overall head to toe look.
Once you have picked your hairstyle, you can look at what is available for your hair style choice. Here are some options...
But before you decide on anything make sure your bridal tiara compliment your dress and the jewelry you pick out.
Make sure the details on your gown such as pearls, crystals and rhinestones are the same jewels in your tiara or headpiece.
So if your gown has rhinestones and pearls, your hair ornament can have either pearls or rhinestones or a combination of both.
Match both the color of the pearls and setting colors.
For instance, if you have an ivory dress you would want to get ivory pearls.
If your wedding jewelry is set in silver then you want your tiara to have a silver setting.
If your earring and necklace set has gold settings, if possible you would want a gold setting for your tiara.
Sometimes this is not possible, but if you can get everything to coordinate, that would be best.
If you are going to wear a tiara you should make sure it is in proportion to your body.
What you wear on your head becomes a focal point second to the wedding dress. If you keep the points mentioned here in mind, you will be sure to make the right choice.
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